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AASU Celebrates Native American History Month

Savannah, GA—Will Moreau Goins' virtuosity has delighted audiences for years during his extensive tours of the United States and the world. On November 7, Goins and the Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois, and United Tribes of South Carolina, will perform "Native American Songs, Storytelling, and Artifacts" beginning at noon in AASU's Fine Arts Auditorium. The event is sponsored by the Armstrong Atlantic Division of Student Affairs.

Hailed as an "all-American" performer, Goins celebrates and expresses the diversity of American society from ancient to contemporary times during his performances. He has performed for more than forty international dignitaries and for institutions such as the Organization of American States, Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT), the National Congress of American Indians, North Carolina United Tribes Unity Conference, and many other tribal and intertribal groups in the western hemisphere.

Goins has performed, danced, and choreographed in opera, operetta, musical theatrical, and concert performances at the National John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Detroit’s Chene Park Musical Theater, the Pennsylvania Center for the Performing Arts, and New York’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

For more information about the November 7 performance, contact AASU's Division of Student Affairs at 927.5271.

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